5 edition of Victorian Glass found in the catalog.
Victoria and Albert Museum
by Stationery Office Books
Written in English
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Stained glass workers in search of authentic Victorian- and Edwardian-era designs need look no further. This convenient and affordable CD-ROM and book set contains Victorian Glass book remarkable array of designs that once adorned a multitude of windows, transoms, sidelights, and other architectural elements of the nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries.
Victorian Glassworlds Glass Culture and the Imagination Isobel Armstrong. A ground-breaking book from a brilliant scholar of the Victorian period; Uses the stories of the mass production of glass in the nineteenth century to provide startling new insights into the period.
Situated in Morgantown, West Virginia, the Seneca Glass Company () manufactured over 1, hand-blown and hand-cut crystal glassware patterns—that's more than any other glass company worldwide. This beautifully illustrated book showcases Seneca glasswares produced during the Victorian era, Depression Author: John Whitenight.
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Interior Additional Physical Format: Online version: O'Looney, Betty. Victorian glass. London, H.M.S.O. [for] Victoria and Albert Museum, (OCoLC) Glass/Victorian-Era Glass--vintage, antique and collectible--available for sale at The Holmes County Historical Society is a countywide C3, non profit organization dedicated to preserving, collecting and archiving the rich Holmes County history for future generations.
The society's base of operation is the Victorian House Museum located at Wooster Rd. in Historic Millersburg, Ohio. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wills, Geoffrey. Victorian glass. London: G. Bell, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.
Exquisite photos of art under glass domes from Victorian times is the subject of this book. The crafts ensconced in these protective covers are beautiful, from wax fruit, to flowers made from feathers, shells, wax, paper, and hair to skeleton leaves, taxidermy, glass lampwork and automatons/5.
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Large and comprehensive chapters are devoted to specialties, such as nearly glass hats and glass slippers, as well as rarities in pattern glass, Satin glass, Victorian vases, matchholders, animal dishes, Victorian novelties and many other items.
pages of illustrations. " Index. Contact This Seller; Hide Details.This listing is for a vintage stained glass book called Victorian Stained Glass for Today by Bill Hillman. It has a variety of Victorian inspired designs and many color photos to give you inspiration.
Most of the designs tend to lean towards the Victorian era. The patterns need to 5/5(K).Stained glass craftsmen can re-create the formal, chromatic elegance of the Victorian with this book of 96 authentic Victorian patterns.
Well-known stained glass craftsman Ed Sibbett, Jr., has created these patterns from actual examples of Victorian work and adapted them to make the translation to glass as easy as possible.